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Clayhill House
Clay Hill
Lyndhurst
Hampshire

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ClayhillHouse is an established Bed and Breakfast, situated in the heart of the New Forest, half a mile from the village of Lyndhurst, towards Brockenhurst on the A337. A Georgian house built in 1830, which has been tastefully decorated. All rooms are en-suite with colour TV, tea making facilities, hairdryers and little extras.

ClayhillHouse is ideally situated for walking and cycling in the New Forest. An excellent assortment of eating establishments can be found in Lyndhurst Village. Or try our local pub which is a two minute walk away.

No restrictions to access your room during the day.
Ample off road parking Garage space available for motorcycles and bicycles.
Open all year round with special rates for 3 days or more from November to March.
Double or twin bedded rooms available.
Our largest bedroom can comfortably accommodate a family and has a view of the forest where deer can sometimes be seen.
The price includes full traditional English breakfast. All dietary needs can be catered for, if requested at time of booking

Wireless Internet Connection in all rooms

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA & English Tourist Board 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: £30 - £40
Twin: £30 - £40
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - From 7 years
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout
Open All Year - Closed Xmas & New Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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